#1
So yesterday I was with my guitarist recording the bass for the songs, and I wasn't always diggin the tone I was getting. Sometimes it fit the song, and others it wasnt what I was looking for. I was recording directly to the tape, because of a lack of DI jack on my amp. Then today I got to thinking would it be possible to use the headphone jack as some kind of a output? Like plug into my amp, then run a cable from my amp to the track recorder?
#3
Yes it would be possible and seemingly practical, but I doubt it'll sound any better than it does already.
#4
I've never heard a headphone jack on an amp sound good, but that was through headphones and maybe with some mastering it could sound alright...
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#5
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Yes it would be possible and seemingly practical, but I doubt it'll sound any better than it does already.


Yeah thats what I thought, it does seem practical, I just wanted to know if it would work at all. Working well is another issue, but if it can get the signal to the mixer then I should at least be able to play with it. This would only be a one maybe two time thing until I get my Acoustic with an actual direct out.